SV Heimstetten

The SV Home Stetten is a sports club from the eponymous district of the city on the eastern outskirts of Munich Kirchheim. The football team of the club plays in the Regionalliga Bayern since 2012.


The club was founded in 1967 and played until the mid- 1980s in the B- and A-Class. In 1993 the success story of SV Heimstetten with the rise in the district league. After the rise in the Bezirksoberliga 1998 and the national league in 2003, finally came the promotion to the Football League Bayern in 2006. 2008 were relegated the team back into the national league. After two seasons of revival has been achieved in the Bavarian League in 2010. 2011/2012 reached the SVH in the Bavarian League the 15th place in the table and thus qualified for the Regional League relegation in the Würzburg is the FV defeated in the first leg 1-0 thanks to the away goals in the 2-1 second leg defeat the rise in the Regional location Bavaria.


  • Rise in the Bavarian League 2006 2010
  • Rise in the Bavaria State League South 2003
  • Master the national league South 2006 and 2010
  • Promotion to the Regionalliga in 2012

Well-known players and coaches

  • Vitomir Moskovic, Coach 1st Team of 3 April 2008 to 30 June 2010, a former professional with FK Sloboda Tuzla, OFK Beograd ( Yugoslavia 1st League )
  • Ngemba Evans Obi, the first player of SV Heimstetten, which was nominated for an international match.
  • Frank Schmöller, former professional at Hamburger SV, Coach of 2002 - 2008
  • Ralf Rensch, former player of FC Carl Zeiss Jena in the GDR Oberliga
  • Stefan Lexa, inter alia later at Eintracht Frankfurt
  • Marcel Richter, et al later TSV 1860 München
  • Jochen Endres, TSV 1860 München (RL) Wacker Burghausen ( RL)
  • Manfred Rauscher, assistant coach Michael Henke
  • Sebastian Backer, a former professional with FC Bayern Munich and MSV Duisburg
  • Christopher Oretan, former professional at FC Valletta
  • Maximilian Riedmüller, goalkeeper for 2nd team FC Bayern Munich
  • Quirin Löppert, second division players and at FC Vaduz
  • Victor Pony Carr, Liberian national team since July 2012
  • Mamadi Keita, U20 national team Germany, since September 2012
  • Berkant Göktan, former professional footballer, from 2013/14 season


By the year 2001, the SV Heimstetten played on the old sports field Gruberstraße. Today the club plays its home games at the 5,000 -seater sports park home Stetten. The Sportpark Heimstetten consists of training fields, a small box, a small box -Arena ( SoccaFive ) and the stadium. The stadium is slightly lowered, and has on one long side of a 68 m long covered grandstand with 198 bucket seats and 500 covered standing areas. The backstretch comprises floor levels and offers 500 spectators. In addition, in the north of the square, an area has been built for visiting fans, which is abgesichtert with a high fence. This block is only open for very large crowds. All seats are equipped with spielfähigem floodlights. In addition, an electronic scoreboard in the stadium is available.


  • The then 24 - year-old goalkeeper Ngemba Evans Obi was nominated by the Nigerian coach Samson Siasia National for the international match against Colombia Nigeria ( 1-0) in November 2008. The keeper of SV Heimstetten II (District League ) acted as a substitute for regular goalkeeper Austin Ejide.
  • Since 2009 it has with the German Football Canadian Academy ( DFCA ), a farm team of predominantly young Canadian students from Germany. This partnership has played in the 2010/2011 season the goalkeeper Justin Ammar with the SV Heimstetten and recommended by good performances for a contract with the Canadian National Professional Soccer League FC Edmonton.
  • In March 2013, the club caused a stir when the former professional footballer Berkant Göktan was added to the team.
  • Maximilian Riedmüller, who played as a goalkeeper for SV Heimstetten in the 2007/ 08 season, won in 2013 with FC Bayern Munich UEFA Champions League.